p.2 Wreck - We understand that the propeller Ireland, which went ashore at Port Nelson, during the storm on Wednesday week, is likely to become a total wreck. Her cargo, however, which consisted of Barley, was got out and reshipped without sustaining much injury. She was once got off, but as she was disabled by the injury done to her machinery, a subsequent gale drove her on the beach in a worse position than at first. We learn also that there is a vessel on shore inside the Burlington Bay. We are informed that her name is the Malcolm.
Dec. 10th - Schr. Marie Saline, Montreal, 505 bars railroad iron, H. & S. Jones.
Dec. 11th - Schr. Lovel, Cleveland, 1200 bbls. flour, 522 bbls. tallow, 87 bbls. pork, 15 tierces pork hams, 4 bbls. clover seed, 8 bbls. nuts, H. & S. Jones; 6 grindstones, J. Morton.
Schr. Albion, Port Milford, 399 bbls. flour, 32 bags flour, 97 bbls. fish, 6 hogs, James Cook.Schr Ann J. Brown, Port Hope, 813 bbls. flour, 18 tons bran, H. McLennan.
Schr. Maid of the Mill, Cobourg, 850 bbls. flour, 39 1/2 tons bran, H. & S. Jones.
Str. Niagara, Morristown, gen. cargo.
Dec. 12th - Schr. Elizabeth, Oswego, gen. cargo.
Schr. Triton, Oswego, 550 bbls. and 600 bags salt, Robert Allen.
Schr. Rough & Ready, French Creek, 25 cords fire wood, David Kettle.
Dec. 11th - Schr. Lovel, Ogdensburgh, 1200 bbls. flour, 522 bbls. tallow, 87 bbls. pork, 15 tierces pork hams, 4 bbls. clover seed, 8 bbls. nuts.